Win a two-week Australian camper van holiday for two

Experience Australia for yourself with this fantastic prize

Upload a photo of your favourite Australia experience (if you’ve been) or tell us why you’d like to visit (if you haven’t) and you’ll be entered into our draw to win this fantastic prize.

Jervis Bay, Australia

Tourism Australia

Tourism Australia and Flight Centre have teamed up to offer one lucky AOL Travel winner an incredible two-week camper van adventure between Melbourne and Sydney. The prize includes return flights for two flying into Melbourne and out of Sydney (or vice versa) and 10 days’ Britz Voyager camper van hire to help you enjoy all that this scenic route has to offer.

But you don’t need to win our competition to visit Australia. Flight Centre’s tailor-made holidays can save you up to £450 on a two-week break! Discover Flight Centre’s amazing holiday deals on their website or call a Flight Centre Travel Expert free on 0800 280 8908 to book your Australia Journey.

Win a £2,000 wedding in a Grade II listed building

Win a wedding


We’ve teamed up with Staffordshire County Council to give away the prize of a perfect wedding day at County Buildings in Stafford worth £2,000

Located in the heart of Stafford, County Buildings is a magnificent Grade II listed building which provides an elegant setting for a unique and distinctive wedding ceremony and reception.The building, which opened in October 1895, is available on an exclusive hire basis so you can celebrate in total privacy with your friends and family.

There are five elegant rooms of varying size and character to choose from and a dedicated team is on hand to help you choose the best option to suit your requirements. Whether you want an intimate setting for a party of 25 in The Members’ Library or a grand celebration with 100 held in The Council Chambers, there are plenty of options to choose from.

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When it comes to photographic locations, County Buildings offers a wide variety. The magnificent 12-foot-wide sweeping staircase offers a breathtaking backdrop for a grand entrance, while the lobby has a stunning ornate stained glass dome and period feature fireplace – not to mention the two decorative antique crystal chandeliers which hang as focal points in two of the rooms.County Buildings is licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships. Packages range from ceremony only to a ceremony and the use of the venue for receptions, which also include the registrar fees. They can provide options ranging from champagne and canapes to afternoon tea or an evening function. Ceremonies are available on a Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.

One lucky couple will win a wedding worth up to £2,000. The prize includes the venue hire for four hours during the day, notice fees for both of you and registrar costs as well as canapes and prosecco for up to 60 guests after the ceremony, including the couple.

For your chance to win this prize, simply fill in the form below before the deadline of midnight on Thursday, May 25 2017. Usual Trinity Mirror rules apply, as well as those found below.



To celebrate the launch of Kingswood’s new family adventures, readers have the chance to win an all-inclusive stay in one of eight new camps


Mums and dads can now join their children aged six and up, challenging and adrenaline-fuelled break in breath-taking surroundings. For the first time in 35 years, Kingswood are giving big and little kids the chance to experience a range of activities together – from zip wiring and archery to abseiling and obstacle challenges.

Families can forget costly flights and school holiday budgets and enjoy an adventure nearer to home at eight new camps; Colomendy in North Wales, Dearne Valley and Peak Venture in South Yorkshire, Overstrand Hall in North Norfolk, Grosvenor Hall in Kent, Wolverhampton, Dukeshouse Wood in Northumberland and Isle of Wight.

Each family adventure experience offers its own unique accommodation and can vary from Cabins to Eco Pods and Adventure Lodges. Extra facilities include a communal yurt – complete with a log fire– plus adventures including water activities are also available on selected dates.

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Manchester terror attack: 19 dead, 59 injured at Manchester Arena


Nineteen people have been killed and more than 50 injured in a suspected terror attack at Manchester Arena.

The blast happened at 22:35 BST on Monday following a pop concert by the US singer Ariana Grande.

PM Theresa May said her thoughts were with those affected by “what is being treated by the police as an appalling terrorist attack”.

Paramedics at the scene told the BBC they had treated some of the wounded for “shrapnel-like injuries”.

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North West Ambulance Service said it had taken 59 casualties from the explosion to hospitals and treated a number of walking wounded.

Greater Manchester Police has established an emergency telephone number in response to the attack. It is: 0161 856 9400.

The prime minister has suspended Conservative Party general election campaigning and will chair a meeting of the government’s emergency Cobra committee later, in response to the attack.

Mrs May said: “We are working to establish the full details” of what happened in Manchester.

“All our thoughts are with the victims and the families of those who have been affected,” Mrs May said.

BBC Home Affairs Correspondent Daniel Sandford said senior counter-terrorism officers were assembling in London and liaising with the Home Office.

Unconfirmed reports from two unnamed US officials suggested the attack was carried out by a suicide bomber.

Media captionDashcam appears to capture the moment of the blast
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tweeted: “Terrible incident in Manchester. My thoughts are with all those affected and our brilliant emergency services.”

Greater Manchester metro mayor Andy Burnham said: “My heart goes out to families who have lost loved ones, my admiration to our brave emergency services. A terrible night for our great city.”

British Transport Police said the explosion was in the arena’s foyer, which connects with Victoria train and tram station, a major hub on the northern edge of the city centre.

Shortly after the blast the station was closed and all trains cancelled.

Greater Manchester Police carried out a precautionary controlled explosion in the Cathedral Garden area of the city at about 01:32. The force confirmed it was not a suspicious item.

Media captionManchester Arena incident: Eyewitness describes ‘explosion’
The arena explosion occurred shortly after Ariana Grande left the stage at the arena, the city’s largest indoor venue with a concert capacity of around 18,000.

Grande – a 23-year-old American TV teen actress-turned-pop star – has a strong following among teenage girls and children.

It is believed the blast, which shook the building, centred on the area near the box office where concert merchandise is often sold.

The pop star tweeted: “broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.”

Pop star’s sorrow at concert deaths

Media captionFootage shows a string of emergency services vehicles rushing to the scene
In the aftermath of the explosion witnesses spoke about the fear and confusion that gripped those caught up in the events.

Andy Holey, who had gone to the arena to pick up his wife and daughter who had been at the concert, said: “An explosion went off and it threw me about 30ft from one set of doors to the other set of doors.

“When I got up I saw bodies lying on the ground. My first thought was to go into the arena to try to find my family.

“I managed to find them eventually and they’re OK.

“It was definitely an explosion and it was some force. It happened near the box office at the entrance to the arena.”

Media captionPeople can be seen running through Manchester Victoria Station
Emma Johnson said she and her husband were at the arena to pick up her children, aged 15 and 17.

“It was definitely a bomb. It was definitely in the foyer,” she told BBC Radio Manchester.

“We were stood at the top of the stairs and the glass exploded – it was near to where they were selling the merchandise.

“The whole building shook. There was a blast and then a flash of fire afterwards. There were bodies everywhere.”


BBC reporter Tom Mullen, who was at scene shortly after the blast, witnessed “sheer panic” among many young people, some with parents or guardians, in the city centre.

In the streets around the arena he saw concertgoers streaming away from the venue in confusion, many of them in tears.

Confusion and chaos after concert blast

Within an hour of reports of the incident emerging, people began offering spare rooms and beds to people stranded in the city using the hashtag #RoomForManchester.

Hundreds of tweets offering places to stay have been shared and re-tweeted thousands of times.

Other social media users began using the hashtag #MissingInManchester in an attempt to reunite people.

Majik Khan, 22, described the almost instantaneous stampede. “A huge bomb-like bang went off that hugely panicked everyone and we were all trying to flee the arena,” Khan, 22, told Britain’s Press Association. “It was one bang and essentially everyone from the other side of the arena where the bang was heard from suddenly came running toward us as they were trying to exit.”

Added Oliver Jones, 17: “The bang echoed around the foyer of the arena and people started to run.”

At least 19 people were killed and 50 others injured in the incident that police said Monday night is believed to be the work of terrorists.

Concertgoer Joe McElhone told CNN his bags were “definitely checked” before entering the arena, although he was not sure whether metal detectors were in use.

Outside the arena, medics tended to the injured, some whose clothes were shredded. There were hugs, tears and stunned looks. Many desperate parents and friends took to social media to search for loved ones they couldn’t find.
Dawn Price told The Bolton News, a northwestern England newspaper that’s part of the USA TODAY NETWORK, that she was attending the concert with her daughter and their friends. “I’m really shaken and can’t process what happened as so many people were there with children,” she said. “There was a big bang just as it finished and everyone started to run back into the arena. Then seconds later people started to run back in from another exit.”

Gary Walker of Leeds described a grim scene to BBC. Leeds said he and his wife could hear Grande’s closing song as they waited for their daughters to exit.

“And then suddenly there was a massive flash and then a bang and smoke. I felt a pain in my foot and my leg,” Leeds said. “I turned around to my wife … and she said, ‘I need to lay down.’ She’s got a stomach wound and possibly a broken leg. I’ve got a bit of a hole in my foot where I’ve got a bit of shrapnel.

“I was surprised I got away so lightly,” he said.

Manchester Arena, which opened in 1995, says on its website that it is one of the busiest venues in the world and the largest indoor arena in Europe. It has hosted such big names in entertainment as U2, Madonna and the Rolling Stones, as well as some high-profile sporting events.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims,” the arena said in a statement on the site Monday night.

Contributing: The Associated Press. Follow Susan Miller on Twitter: @susmiller


Win a Toyota Proace or Hilux worth £32,000

Britain’s Top Tradesperson – Competition Terms & Conditions

1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Entry and participation is free.

2. The Promoter is Screwfix Direct Limited of Trade House Mead Avenue Yeovil BA22 8RT

3. The prize will be a new Toyota Commercial vehicle from the All New Toyota Hilux or All New Toyota PROACE ranges up to the value of £32,000 on the road including VAT. The vehicle will come fully taxed for the road and will have a standard Toyota warranty. The winner must arrange their own insurance and fuel etc.

4. The competition is open to all UK residents aged 18 years old and over, except for employees and their immediate families of the Promoter or Toyota (GB) PLC, their associated and affiliated companies, their agents or anyone else connected professionally with the competition. Only one entry will be accepted per person and per household.

5. Entry into the competition will close at 23:59 (BST) on Sunday 4th June 2017. No bulk entries or entries via third parties will be accepted. Late or illegible entries will be disqualified.

6. Participants can enter the competition in three different ways: (1) by completing the entry form and placing it in the competition entry box within a participating Screwfix store based in the UK and NI; (2) by completing and submitting the online entry form available at; or (3) by completing and submitting an entry form via or Twitter.

7. Entry forms will be judged by the Promoter and the best entries (in the judge’s sole discretion) will be shortlisted for a regional judging day to be held at up to 11 Screwfix stores nationwide (locations will be depending on the entry levels; may include Northern Ireland). 8 finalists will be selected from these judging days, the 8 finalists will be notified by telephone and will need to be available to attend a final judging day, which will be used for the Promoter to select a winner. This will be in July 2017.

8. The prize will be awarded to the finalist that the judges consider to be most worthy of the title “Britain’s Top Tradesperson” based on all of the information in their entry, their interview at the judging day, and any other relevant information that may become known to Screwfix prior to the decision being made.

9. The winner will be notified by telephone by 7th August 2017 and must arrange to provide the specification for their vehicle (up to a total price On the Road of £32,000 including VAT) by 4th September 2017. If the winner wants to spec the vehicle to a specification over £32,000 OTR (including VAT) then the winner may request to pay the extra amount.

10. The final specification shall be subject to the Promoter’s and Toyota’s final approval. The vehicle will then take between 12 to 24 weeks to be built and delivered (depending upon the specification). Collection of the vehicle will be made via the winner’s local participating Toyota Business Centre dealership. Exact delivery date and details will be confirmed with the winner. The winner must arrange their own motor insurance prior to taking delivery of the prize.

11. The decision of the judges will be final and unchallengeable and, in their absolute discretion, they may declare void any entry or the competition itself, should they consider that there are no entries reaching a required standard, whereupon they can award prizes or not, as they think fit. The judges may also decide, in their absolute discretion, to change the rules of the competition while it is running if it appears to them that it would be equitable or desirable to do so. No correspondence will be entered into. The judges may also decide, in their absolute discretion, to disqualify any entrant for any reason at any point in the competition.

12. The entry and prize is personal and non transferable unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Promoter. No cash alternative or other prize alternatives are available except that in the event of unforeseen circumstances out of its control, the Promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of greater or equal value. Should the winner choose a vehicle of a lesser value or specification, no alternative in monetary terms or otherwise will be offered to make up the difference.

13. Illegible entries, those not in accordance with the terms and conditions and entries lost, mislaid, damaged or delayed beyond the closing date will be disqualified. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for disqualified entries.

14. By submitting your entry, you hereby declare that all information submitted by you is true, accurate, current and complete. The Promoter reserves the right to check the validity of any entry.

15. For the prize winner’s name and county of residence please send a stamped addressed envelope to: ‘Britain’s Top Tradesperson’, Screwfix Direct, Trade House, Mead Avenue, Yeovil, BA22 8RT. Do not send entries to this address.

16. The Promoter shall require the winner to participate in publicity events in relation to this competition up to 12 months following the award of the prize. In particular, the Promoter may publish the winner’s name and hometown, photographs and footage of winners with their prize in future editions of its publications and websites (including social media) and may require the winner to take part in any advertising campaigns and/or press interviews to promote this competition for the following year. By participating in the competition, each participant agrees to grant the Promoter and its affiliates a perpetual, royalty-free, exclusive, worldwide licence to publish and broadcast and otherwise use the material in any media including the unlimited right to sub-licence. Each participant further confirms that the publishing or broadcast of such material will not breach any third party’s intellectual property or associated rights and that any necessary permissions have been obtained. You agree to indemnify the Promoter and Toyota against any claims brought by a third party for breach of such rights. The participant may use the Promoter’s name and logo only with the Promoter’s written consent.

17. To the full extent permissible by law, neither the Promoter nor its parent company, affiliates, directors, officers, employers or agents shall be liable to you for any claim in respect of any losses (including without limitation special, indirect or consequential losses), injuries, or damages of any kind whatsoever arising from or connected to the competition.

18. Entrants will be deemed to have read, understood and accepted these terms and conditions upon entering the competition.

19. The Promoter reserves the right to withdraw the competition at any time if circumstances make this necessary.

20. The decision of the Promoter is final and binding in all matters relating to this competition. The Promoter will not enter into any correspondence in relation to the Promotion.

21. This competition is governed by the law of England and the courts of England will have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to any dispute arising from the entry or interpretation of these terms and conditions.

22. By entering the Competition, all competitors agree to provide their personal data as set out on the application form and such data shall be processed in accordance with the Screwfix Privacy Policy available and the Toyota Privacy Policy available



This competition (“Competition”) is open to residents of the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland) and the Republic of Ireland only excluding employees of the promoter, its associated companies and agencies, their immediate families or anyone else involved in the organisation or administration of the Competition.

  1. There is one (1) prize. The prize is for two people (the winner and a guest) and includes return flights from London to Auckland, hotel accommodation in Auckland for the duration of the trip, match tickets to the first Test against New Zealand at Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday June 24 and access to the official Lions Supporters Village on that match day. All costs and expenses not expressly set out in this paragraph 6 and paragraph 7 below are the responsibility of the winner (including all transfers to and from airports, hotels and match venues, travel insurance costs, and all food and beverage costs other than as expressly stated). The winner is solely responsible for ensuring they and their guest have all passports, visas and other travel documentation required to benefit from the prize.
  2. Full details of the prize are as follows:
    • The winner and their guest will leave London Heathrow on a Qantas flight currently scheduled at 13:30 (local time) on June 21 2017, via Dubai and Melbourne, currently scheduled to arrive in Auckland at 05:10 (local time) on June 23 2017.
    • The winner and their guest will check into The Langham Auckland and stay there for the duration of their trip. The winner and their guest will share a room with one extra-large bed. Depending on hotel availability – two single beds may be available.
    • The winner and their guest will receive an entry pass each to the Official Lions Supporters Village at The Cloud in Auckland, which will be open from 1.30pm – 4.30pm (local time) and includes complimentary food and beverages, music and entertainment.
    • The winner and their guest will receive one match ticket each (two tickets in total) to the first Test match of the 2017 tour between New Zealand and the Lions which is taking place at Eden Park in Auckland on June 24.
    • The winner and their guest will leave Auckland on a Qantas flight currently scheduled at 19:30 (local time) on June 27 2017, via Melbourne and Dubai, currently scheduled to arrive at London Heathrow at 14:10 (local time) on June 28 2017.


Win a HUGE prize bundle worth £3,315!!!


Brought to you by StagWeb
Ready to say “I do”? How about adding even more style to your big day with £3,315 worth of prizes from some of the UK’s leading wedding, fashion and male grooming companies?

Prize bundle worth £3,315

Brought to you by StagWeb
Socks for the groom’s party (15 pairs worth up to £169) – London Sock Co.
Bespoke suit (worth up to £500) – A Suit That Fits
Stag party (paintball & nightclub package, worth £600) – StagWeb
Music wedding video (worth £895) – Music Wedding Videos
Personalised shaving set & washbag for the groom. Personalised shaving sets for the groomsmen (up to 7 sets worth £250) – Cornerstone
£100 voucher for vintage or ‘ex-hire’ waistcoats – Tweedman’s Vintage
Sunglasses for the groomsmen (up to 10 pairs, worth £30) – Bridea
Personalised wedding beer (worth £360) – The Craft Can Directory
Bow ties for the groom’s party (7 matching bow ties worth £182) – Mrs Bow Tie
Wedding entertainment (worth £200) – Entertainment Nation
Wedding speech for the groom (full speech package £14.99) –
Best man speech (full speech package £14.99) –
For your chance to win this amazing bundle of prizes answer the following question;

We’ll be randomly selecting one lucky winner from the correct responses. Entrants close on midnight May the 31st 2017.


This year the competition has been put together by a selection of leading brands.

A Suit That Fits
A Suit That Fits

A Suit That Fits
Bespoke wedding suit (worth £500)

It was Shakespeare who wrote “Clothes maketh the man.” We can only assume he’d seen a bespoke suit tailored by the team at A Suit That Fits. There certainly aren’t many grooms that get to wear a bespoke suit made to their exact measurements but our lucky winner will be doing exactly that in a suit designed to make him look and feel his best. If Bill S was around today he’d probably say that clothes maketh the man, but A Suit That Fits maketh the suit.

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Sunglasses for the groom’s party (worth £30)

Nothing says “looking cool” like a funky pair of shades. With all the guys suited and booted those wedding photos will look even cooler with the groomsmen in matching shades. The shades are also styled to identify the key figures in the groom’s party. also supply funky solutions to adding your own personalities to the wedding day, including wedding favours, personalised sunglasses, flip flops, shot glasses, beermats and more.

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Personalised shaving sets (worth £250)

Every groom wants to look smooth on the big day but Cornerstone take looking smooth to a whole new level, which is one of the many reasons last year saw 120,000 new members sign up to their customised delivery service to enjoy the Cornerstone razor. Our lucky groom will receive a customised razor, a washbag and shaving set while there will also be shaving sets for up to 6 groomsmen. You might even finally be able to talk your cousin into getting rid of that chin bush he’s been sporting?!?

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Win Non-Invasive Liposuction Worth £1,000 With 3D-Lipo

LOCO FOR LIPO Are you looking to get into shape for the summer? Win non-invasive liposuction worth £1,000 with 3D-Lipo
One lucky Fabulous reader is in for the chance of winning the opportunity to have no-needle liposuction
By Stacey Bartlett
23rd April 2017, 12:01 am Updated: 25th April 2017, 12:05 pm
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WANT to shape up in time for summer?

Whether you’re chock-a-block with weddings or splashing out on a beach holiday, if you fancy losing a few pounds we’ve got the answer to your fat-loss prayers!

Enter for your chance to win non-invasive liposuction
We’re giving one reader the chance to win non-invasive liposuction worth £1,000 thanks to 3D-Lipo.

That’s right – no needles.

Thanks to the latest technology, with a course of 3D-Ultimate you can beat the bulge with a combination of hi-tech radio frequency and shockwaves that will target your problem areas and diminish the appearance of cellulite – meaning you could lose 20-40% of fat.

It’s up to you what you focus on, from your chin to your bum or tummy.

With celebs such as Stephanie Davis and Chloe Goodman having already tried it, what are you waiting for?

Click to enter by 11.59pm on May 20, 2017. See here for T&Cs.

Win a Tin Hat Shed worth £1,350


Win a Tin Hat Shed worth £1,350
Win a Tin Hat Shed
Win a Tin Hat Shed worth £1,350

This competition runs from Thursday, 11 May 2017 at 11:55 AM
to Thursday, 22 June 2017 at 11:55 AM

Sheds have come a long way in recent years. Nowadays they can be just as attractive as they are functional.

With its appealing galvanised steel roof, ‘The Anderson’ tin hat shed from The Posh Shed Company fulfils this brief. Constructed from pressure treated, FSC-certified timber with pad bolt door, you can be sure that anything stored in the shed stays safe and secure. It also comes with handy guttering either side of the shed, perfect for attaching water butts. The shed walls have a natural finish which weathers over time to a soft silver-grey colour.

We have one prize available to win, worth £1,350, comprising of ‘The Anderson’ tin hat shed – from The Posh Shed Company.

For more information on ‘The Anderson’ shed, plus a range of other sheds, stores and garden accessories, visit
Prize details

We have one prize available to win. The prize is worth £1,350 and comprises of ‘The Anderson’ tin hat shed, from The Posh Shed Company
The shed measures 2m x 1m and the prize includes delivery and installation
The winner is responsible for having a clear, level and non-porous base ready prior to delivery
The closing date of the competition is 11:55am, Thursday 22 June, 2017
The winner will be notified and prizes sent out after this date
The closing date for this competition is 11:55am, Thursday 22 June, 2017. Please note that this competition is open to UK residents only.



Hilton Honors and the McLaren-Honda Formula One Team have teamed up to give away two amazing experiences for both parents and children!

1. McLaren-Honda Team Mascot
Is your child a motorsport fan? Hilton Honors in partnership with the McLaren-Honda Formula One team are offering one child the opportunity to become the team’s mascot for the day at Silverstone on Sunday 16th July 2017.

One lucky child and a parent will receive an exclusive experience consisting of:
• An overnight stay for two at Hilton Northampton on Saturday 15th July 2017, including breakfast
• A chauffeur-driven transfer to and from Hilton Northampton to Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire on Sunday 16th July 2017
• McLaren-Honda Official team clothing for your child
• VIP Hospitality throughout the day with the McLaren-Honda team
• A behind the scenes tour of the McLaren-Honda Formula One team garage, Paddock and McLaren-Honda team motorhome

As the mascot your child will be involved in:
• Escorting the McLaren-Honda drivers to media engagements throughout the day
• Escorting a McLaren-Honda driver to the garage before the race, helping to carry their race kit
• Assisting the McLaren-Honda drivers with their pre-race preparation in the McLaren-Honda team motorhome
• Various photo opportunities throughout the day
• Being in the garage as both McLaren-Honda cars leave for the grid before the race
• Taking a seat beside the McLaren-Honda pit crew to watch the race unfold

2. Family holiday in the sun
Hilton Honors are also pleased to be offering the chance to win a 5-night stay for four people in Abu Dhabi – a city that plays host to the final race of the season in the motorsport calendar – with a stay at Hilton Abu Dhabi. Located on the vibrant Corniche, the hotel’s 11,000 square meters of private beach, two outdoor pools and a luxury spa offer families the perfect mix of relaxation and fun. If however you want to explore, the hotel’s close proximity to local attractions, luxurious malls and entertainment make it the perfect base from which to discover Abu Dhabi. Flights and two rooms for two people are included in the prize. You are free to use your 5-night stay any time before 1st January 2018.

Ten runners-up will also win one of ten McLaren-Honda caps signed by both race drivers, Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne.

You are able to enter the prize draw to win one of the above prizes – all you have to do to enter, is enroll to Hilton Honors – the award-winning guest loyalty programme of Hilton – before 11th June 2017 and start enjoying the incredible instant member benefits at more than 4,900 Hilton hotels and resorts in 104 countries and territories, including 18 race locations.

Simply click on the “Enroll now” button below, fill in your details in the pop up window, and you will be both enrolled to the Hilton Honors programme and automatically entered into the prize draw. If you are an existing member, simply register below for your chance to win. Kindly note to enter the Hilton “McLaren-Honda Mascot” and/or “Five-night Abu Dhabi stay” Prize Draws (the “Prize Draw”), you must be at least 18 years of age and a legal resident of Great Britain

Enter now for your chance to win – good luck!